From shark scope your holes start showing. I have an account on WPN that is pretty close to yours (.Inactive).
The first thing that stands out is that you are in the money ITM 23% of the time while I'm ITM only 10% of the time but I have a positive Return on Investment (ROI) and you are negative.
Next, you can see that you have middle finishes 20% of the time and I'm at 27%. This is telling you that I bust out 7% more than you in the middle of a tournament but we are the same with late finishes at 11.6%.
What you should take away from this is that I take more chances during the middle of a tournament to acquire more chips. Doing this I will bust out 7% more than you in the middle, but we have the same amount of late finishes, so when we get to the bubble or later, I will often have more chips and go deeper in tournaments for larger wins. This is why I have a positive ROI and have a profit despite you cashing twice as much.
The next thing that stands out is the % of turbos you play. 78% is really high. I like turbos, but a turbo will force you to widen your range and take more chances than you normally would need to. These add to the variance you face.
If you take a look at my other WPN account (Donkey Magnet) you will see after 1400 games, my stats stay pretty much the same. In the Money 8.3%, and late finishes 11.8%. The only real difference is the 7% more I bust out shifted from the middle to early which I consider a small nuance. In case your wondering why I have a cliff drop off on my graph, its because I tried those stupid jackpot SnGs and lost my A@@, then switched back to my normal games and continued upwards. Other than that, I usually have a very steady profit. This is not because of a "bad run", variance, bad beats, ect... Micro cash and tournaments are very beatable.
If I was you, I would significantly lower my % of turbo tournaments played, then start to open my range up during the middle of a tournament when the blinds and antes rise, you should not be playing to cash, you should be playing for the final table. This will lower your cash % to a more realistic number (which is about 10% for most) but you will see deeper runs with more chips. Most tournaments I don't even know I'm at the bubble until we go hand for hand.